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Brace heights

Recommended brace heights are what we have found best for tuning with arrow in the 9-10 grain per pound range. Bows will often tune at a higher brace with lighter arrows and a lower brace with heavier arrows. Results will vary with draw length, arrow weight, arrow material and string material/type.


Whip & Lynx longbow
length              spread             recommended 

58"                  6 3/4"-7 3/8"               7"

60"                  6 7/8"-7 5/8"             7 1/8"

62"                    7"-7 3/4"                 7 3/8"

64"                  7 1/8"-7 7/8"              7 5/8"

66"                   7 1/4"-8"                   7 3/4"

Pika
Length              spread              recommended 

54"                   7 1/8"-7 3/4"              7 1/2"

56"                   7 3/8"-8"                     7 3/4"


Super Static Recurve
Length               spread              recommended

64"                    7 3/8-8"                7 3/4"

Kestrel
Length               spread              recommended 

52"                 6 3/4"-7 5/8"            7 1/8"

Chinook

Length               spread              recommended

56"                 6 3/4"-7 3/8"           7 1/8"

58"                   7"-7 3/4"               7 5/8"

60"                   7 1/8"-8"               7 3/4"

Lynx recurve
Length               spread              recommended

58"                   7"-7 3/4"               7 5/8"
60"                7 1/8"-7 7/8"            7 3/4"



To raise the brace height on your bow(using our string) remove the string form the bottom tip and looking down the length of the string twist it clockwise. Twisting our strings counter clockwise will loosen the end serving and greatly shorten the life of your string.




Bow length chart
(T) designates our recommended target Model/Length
These just are recommendations, if you have questions about your draw length and a particular bow length/Model please email or call.


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